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Myma Belo-Osagie

Myma Belo-Osagie
Office:
Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
10th & 13th Floors, St. Nicholas House
Catholic Mission Street
PO Box 53123, Ikoyi
City:
Lagos
Country:
Nigeria
Tel:
+234 1 263 6957
Fax:
+234 1 263 4541

Biography • Who's Who Legal Nigeria: TMT

Myma Belo-Osagie heads the firm's telecommunications and oil & gas teams. Her areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, communications, finance and infrastructure projects among many others.

She led the team from the firm that drafted the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by the federal government of Nigeria to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She was also part of the team that provided advice to the government of the federal republic of Nigeria in connection with the structuring and establishment of a sovereign wealth fund and which drafted the enabling legislation that established the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority between 2010 and 2011.

She has advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions including most recently leading the team that advised First City Monument Bank Plc in relation to the provision of a US$20 million loan facility to MonuRent Holdings Limited to aid its acquisition of heavy-duty equipment for rent to public and private sector customers in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and other West African countries.

Dr Belo-Osagie has published several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment in Nigeria.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Academy, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the Africa Opportunities Fund, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Nigeria which can be purchased from our Shop.

Biography • Who's Who Legal Nigeria: Insolvency & Restructuring

Myma Belo-Osagie heads the firm's telecommunications and oil & gas teams. Her areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, communications, finance and infrastructure projects among many others.

She led the team from the firm that drafted the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by the federal government of Nigeria to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She was also part of the team that provided advice to the government of the federal republic of Nigeria in connection with the structuring and establishment of a sovereign wealth fund and which drafted the enabling legislation that established the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority between 2010 and 2011.

She has advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions including most recently leading the team that advised First City Monument Bank Plc in relation to the provision of a US$20 million loan facility to MonuRent Holdings Limited to aid its acquisition of heavy-duty equipment for rent to public and private sector customers in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and other West African countries.

Dr Belo-Osagie has published several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment in Nigeria.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Academy, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the Africa Opportunities Fund, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Nigeria which can be purchased from our Shop.

Biography • Who's Who Legal Nigeria: Natural Resources

Myma Belo-Osagie heads the firm's telecommunications and oil & gas teams. Her areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, communications, finance and infrastructure projects among many others.

She led the team from the firm that drafted the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by the federal government of Nigeria to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She was also part of the team that provided advice to the government of the federal republic of Nigeria in connection with the structuring and establishment of a sovereign wealth fund and which drafted the enabling legislation that established the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority between 2010 and 2011.

She has advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions including most recently leading the team that advised First City Monument Bank Plc in relation to the provision of a US$20 million loan facility to MonuRent Holdings Limited to aid its acquisition of heavy-duty equipment for rent to public and private sector customers in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and other West African countries.

Dr Belo-Osagie has published several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment in Nigeria.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Academy, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the Africa Opportunities Fund, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Nigeria which can be purchased from our Shop.

Biography • Who's Who Legal Nigeria: Project Finance

Myma Belo-Osagie heads the firm's telecommunications and oil & gas teams. Her areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, communications, finance and infrastructure projects among many others.

She led the team from the firm that drafted the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by the federal government of Nigeria to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She was also part of the team that provided advice to the government of the federal republic of Nigeria in connection with the structuring and establishment of a sovereign wealth fund and which drafted the enabling legislation that established the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority between 2010 and 2011.

She has advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions including most recently leading the team that advised First City Monument Bank Plc in relation to the provision of a US$20 million loan facility to MonuRent Holdings Limited to aid its acquisition of heavy-duty equipment for rent to public and private sector customers in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and other West African countries.

Dr Belo-Osagie has published several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment in Nigeria.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Academy, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the Africa Opportunities Fund, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Nigeria which can be purchased from our Shop.

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